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California Supreme Court Holds Online Retailers of Downloadable Products May Require Personally Identifying Information For Credit...

The California Supreme Court held on February 4, 2013 that the provision of the Song-Beverly Credit Card Act of 1971 (the “Act”) prohibiting retailers from requesting personally identifying information as a condition to...more

Online, But Off Song-Beverly: California Supreme Court in a Narrow Ruling Finds That Song-Beverly Does Not Apply to Retailers...

In at least one specific type of transaction, California retailers can now breathe a little easier. In Apple Inc. v. Superior Court (Krescent), No. S199384 (Cal. Feb. 4, 2013), the California Supreme Court found that Section...more

California Supreme Court: Online Retailers May Require Personal Info for Electronic Downloads

Online retailers do not violate California's credit card privacy law by requiring consumers to provide personal information, including their addresses and phone numbers, as a condition of accepting credit card payments for...more

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